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. and mixed political fallout from a california gay marriage decision. tonight on "washington week." >> the road to recovery doesn't follow a straight line. some sectors bounce back faster than others. gwen: no kidding. the nation's economic zigzag continued in july with new signs of weakness. the light at the end of the tunnel still some distance away. but history was made in the senate this week with elena kagan's supreme court confirmation. the debate was familiar. >> her record clearly demonstrates a propensity toward pursuing an activist agenda. >> they want their own brand of activism. judicial activism of the right. to pull the court and the country away from the mainstream. gwen: but the president won the day. >> so it is now my great pleasure to introduce as our next supreme court justice elena kagan. gwen: and in california, a judge overturned a ban on same sex marriage. >> americans are going to understand that we are people. we lead exciting lives, boring lives, we love our family, our friends, our children. and so it is a great day. >> the voters say no, then they shou
covering the week, dan of "the washington post." nancy and todd. >> award-winning reporting and analysis. covering history as it happens. from our nation's capital, this is "washington week". produced in association with national journal d, corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by -- >> we know why we're here. to connect our forces to what they need when they need it. >> to help troops see danger. before it sees them. >> to answer the call of the brave and bring them safely home . >> around the globe, the people of boeing are working together to support and protect all who serve. >> that's why we're here. >> additional funding for "washington week" is provided by exxonmobile, the excellence in journalism foundation, the annanburg foundation, the corporation for public broadcasting and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. once again, from washington, moderator again. gwen: good evening. it is our job to valiantly interpret the meaning what have happens at our nation's ballot boxes. even when there's no single message, no single
washington hoy alcanzo s gobierno local recibio el apoyo de su colega de nueva york..clauuceda trae las reacciones.. el alcalde de nueva york, michael bloomberg vino a la capital para ayudar a que adrian fenty no pierda la alcaldia "washington dc necesita a ano pasado tuvo el numero masl bajo de homicios desde 1966.. indico... una reciente encuesta alcal por contrincante democrata, el concejal vincent gray... con 1 de cada 5 aquell apoyo de bloomberg podria perjudicarlo mas que ayudarlo.. bloomberg fue reelecto con las justas .... con una diferencia de solo 4 porciento... en la calle hay aquellos que dicen que washington no necesita los votos de los residentes de manhattan... " yo no creo que el alcalde de ny deberia ayudar al alcalde de washington los 2 son diferentes lugares..." y es que fenty a copiado la manera de gobernar de bloomberg a quien concidera como su padrino politico... "la poblacion en washington ha aumentado significativamente y eso ha sido porque hay un erno
elections. that is followed by today's "washington journal." later, live coverage of the senate environment committee as they look into the chemical disbursements in the cleanup of the gulf of mexico oil spill. this week, the senate is expected to confirm elena kagan as the next supreme court justice. watch the debate and vote live on c-span 2 per you can also see how your senators are planning to vote and follow the entire process @ cspan's kagan confirmation home c-span.org/ >> politics, books, history, is available on cspan radio in the washington does baltimore avarea that 90.1 you can hear it online at c- span.org. >> thank you all. thank you all for being here. what a great day for our party. what a great day for missouri and what a great day for the future when brian cope wrote me and asked me to come to the plant and the time i want to, this is not exactly what he had in mind. [laughter] we are here tonight because he wrote that letter and said that these 32 jobs will not be here any longer if things like capt. and trade happen. this is the kind of campaign about drops. this is a ca
talks about "advise and consent" and "mr. smith goes to washington." it is all part of his new book "the u.s. congress -- a very short introduction." >> u.s. senate historian donald ritchie, why did you decide to write a small book called "the u.s. congress." >> i was asked to write the book by oxford university press. they have a series called "a very short introduction." it is for educated people, but not in their field critical for science -- the college science for the lost verse and philosophy for scientists. they asked me to write a book about congress for people that did not study congress but are interested. the series has a very tight format -- 35,000 words. that was as much as i was able to write. my first draft was 75,000 words. even that did not include everything there is to know about the congress. my job was to try to take this very complicated institution, which is really two separate institutions, and explain how it developed over time to an audience of people who are curious, including people outside of the united states who live in parliamentary government and wonder w
de reparacion del sistema electrico en washington dc jose angel aguirre univision funcionariosde las escuelas pub condado prince georges dicen estar varios dias el ano pasado los horarios de los alumnos estan disponibles en la internet desde el inicio de esta semana... un funcionario del condado ninos latinos que s para el primer dia de clases en wasington reciben una valiosa ayuda de una meritoria institucion de la capital.. claudia uceda nos explica... decenas de padres y ninos se preparan para otro ano escolar.... " venimos a que les hagan chequeos fisicos porque como no contamos con el"sin los e faltaria una o dos vacunas... " la falta de dinero a obligado a que muchos aun no tengan los utiles escolares requeridos... "me faltan unos folders... " " a mi una mochila " aqui se repartieron mas de 300 mochilas y cientos de utiles escolares... " aun no he comprado la mochila porque es un poco caro y algunos utiles del nino que nos faltan complementar... " "nadie le cae nada mal que le regalen
. investigators searching for a suspect in a double shooting in washington, d.c. this occurred last night at wheeler road and southern ave. no word on what led to the soothing -- shooting. a perfect community is morning a little girl who was killed while riding her bike. rebecca johns died last night when she was -- after she was hit, riding on franconia boulevard. neighbors are concerned about traffic in the area. >> drivers are not paying attention to the fact that it is residential. >> i do not like to let my son walk on the sidewalk without holding my hand. a lot of the cars to exceed the speed limit. >> police are reminding drivers to pay special attention now that most schools are back in session. more developing news from four belfour. investigators say they have found the body of a soldier on the military grounds. the person's name and cause of death have not been released. a local marine killed in afghanistan is being buried today at arlington national cemetery. ronald rodriquez died in helmand province when he encountered a roadside bomb. this was his third appointment. he was 2
mistakes. >> there was another man named martin luther king who came to washington dc and he talked about a dream. >> opposing rallies in the capitol mark the 47th anniversary of king's i have a dream speech. a huge clean up in fairfax when a tanker spills thousands of gallons fuel. >>> more college students saying good-bye to summers this weekend. >> this is nine news now. >> i'm bruce johnson. thank you for joining us. we will get to the rallies. we start with breaking news in the mayor's race. according to a poll that's soon so be released benson gray leading in the democratic primary. the poll just two weeks before voters go to the polls. numbers not known at this time. the hire is what the candidates said. >> how is it that you aren't getting the credit you and your supporters feel you deserve sniffle it's 100% my fault. i was so blindly focused on getting results as may ire didn't do enough time telling them to people and that's what happens. >> people want to be included. this city is -- without having a vote. people who pay the same taxes, don't have the same say and people d
in washington that will determine what kind of nation we leave to our children. america is the greatest country in the history of the world. but that did not happen by accident and it will not continue automatically. today, the american dream is threatened by out of control politicians in washington who think that more government deficit spending is what it takes to grow our economy. that has never worked anywhere in has been tried and will not work now. for some, there may be hard to imagine that the american dream could be at risk, but as the a son, i know it is possible to lose your country because my parents lost theirs. they came to america with virtually nothing. my mother worked as a factory worker, and a maid. my dad is a bartender. they made many sacrifices of the works -- so we would no opportunities they never did. our story is not unique. it is the story of america. it is our common heritage. that type ofimain country? that depends on the decisions we make out. america's greatness is threatened by the economic policies in washington. they are taking us in the wrong direction. but it
and the stem cell debate, tonight on "washington week." one surprise in alaska -- >> it ain't over until it's over. >> another in florida. >> tonight we've seen a clear message to the washington insiders. >> yet as outsiders stage upsets, some insiders survive. >> republicans will win in november and we will regain our majorities in both the senate and the house. >> i make the case that i am the real democrat in this race. gwen: millions of dollars and dozens of negative ads laterer, the immensety of the midterm challenge becomes a little more clear, in part because the economy refuses to recover with yet more bad news on housing and on wall street. >> president obama should ask for and accept the resignations of the remaining members of his economic team. >> folks, i'm still waiting for what it is that they are for. gwen: plus, an unexpected court ruling revives the stem cell research debate. covering the week, karen tumulty of "the washington post," charles bashington of the associated press, eamon javers of cnbc and pete williams of nbc news. >> award winning reporting and analysis, cove
the senate seat in washington. it's a tough democratic primary. i want you to listen to what mr. rom romanoff told jessica yellin about i'm mr. antiestablishment. >> i am doing that by running against the wishes of the national political establishment. it is unusual to see the national party as we're speaking today, literally, phone banks are being run out of the headquarters of the democratic national committee telling coloradoans how to vote. >> he's not in washington right now but a veteran politician and people who actually live and work here and those horrible things they do in washington. >> absolutely. i think that, surprisingly, romanoff is in this race with very little money. there's at least been some polls that show him ahead and i guess we're lalt surpria little surpr here that this anti-incumbent and anti-establishment mood have also affected the democratic party. he has michael bennett, of course, is also arguing that he is independent of the argument in washington, d.c., but clearly he's having a much more difficult time of doing that with the president campaigning for him and
>>>> live and in hd, this is "gd morning washington," on your side. >> moments a leg, a rainy, slippery start to this wednesday morning. we're watching the streets as the storm moves on through town. good morning, washington. welcome back. thanks for joining us. i am alison starling. >> i am scott thuman. we begin with traffic and weather every ten minutes. all that rain and heat, what is the latest? >> the showers are quickly coming to an end as they move towards the north and east. another few hours for showers and isolated thunderstorms. light showers across northeast d.c. as you head toward baltimore, down to the south in fredericksburg and southern maryland, additional showers popping up. in the mountains near winchester if we are looking at a couple of showers. nothing is expected to become severe. our forecast on this fourth day of august, daytime highs around 90-95. chance of isolated showers or thunderstorms later this afternoon. let's get an update on the rush hour commute with lisa baden. >>> it was a stressful drive this morning because the rain was coming down in
washington" -- pepco in the hot seat this morning, seeking answers for the long- delayed to get the lights back on. also, an airplane broke in half during a rough landing and almost everyone survived. later, at home run for washington nationals. for the second straight year, the club has signed the number one. "good morning washington" begins right now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. thanks for joining us on this tuesday morning. i am alison starling. >> i am pamela brown. we begin with traffic and weather. we will check with lisa baden in a moment. first, a meteorologist at caskey. >> we had a severe thunderstorm watch yesterday and we got out of it unscathed. just a few isolated showers. today, partly cloudy, fear about of sunshine. a 30% chance of a few storms was the south of the metro area. stafford, fredericksburg, culpeper, lower southern maryland and points south. tower bridge right now are but we are used to. 71 in burke, 73 in nashville. dew points are near 70 degrees locally. you will feel the humidity. on the bac
inmigracion ilegal, surgen discrepancias publico las listas de en washington anuncia iniciativa para ayudar a los latinos que corren el peligro de perder sus viviendas, fernando pizarro nos dice de que se trata esta importante ayuda... o e instrucciones en espanol, los deudores hipotecarios en problemas pueden recibir informacion gratuita que hacer para evitae su vivienda sea embargada. "es 1 sitio web que tiene toda la informacion en 1 solo sitio palos duenos de casa que estan enfrentando problemas pagando sus prestamos hipotecarios o que estan a puntl deudor a contactarse con el banco. "lo que hace es que hay 1 lista de companias hipotecarias disponibles para ayudar a esas personas. si tiene que llamar a su banco y no sabe cual es el numero de su banco, ahi estan, pueden entrar el estado de virginia por ejemplo o florida y ahi estan todos los bancos para ayudarles." segun expertos, el panorama sigue siendo preocupante para los deudores hispanos. "en cuanto a los embargos para la cidad latina la anticipacion es que de ahora hacia el 2012 mas de 1 millon de familias latinas el metro esta
and michaele salahi. a clip on their new reality series "housewives of washington d.c.," shows them with a police escort. it raised a few eyebrows and quite a few questions, who paid for that police escort. jackie benson reports. >> reporter: when last week's episode of the bravo tv program "real housewives of washington d.c." showed tarek and michaele getting an official investigation by police but the company that shows the show that says shot of a d.c. police cruiser was incorrectly edited in. whose police car did appear in this sped up footage. slowing it down shows the vehicle more clearly. >> recent news indicates the united states park police may have been involved in providing an escort for the salahis. >> reporter: the segment was taped october 13th, 2009, six weeks before the infamous white house crashing incident. they attended a park on 14th. a spokesperson for the "real housewives" production company issued a statement. they had no involvement whatsoever arranging for the escort in question. the agency often provides security details for movie and security details. it d
washington. >> reporter: this hearing is about pepco's reliable as a power company. granted, we have had three big storms in three weeks but at what point do they become the power company's fault. many spent several days in the dark. this morning pepco's vp for power delivery told the maryland public service commission it has been a frustrating summer. while he agreed pepco needs to take more responsibility, he was quick to point out these were three unusual unusual and powerful storms. pepco says 90% of the outages were caused by downed trees that took out power lines. therefore, pepco asked for permission to step up vegetation management. pepco said it was willing to move some power lines underground but the company also warned that that would cost big money. in washington, kristin fisher, 9 news now. >> right now pepco's performance in terms of reliability is in the bottom quarter of power companies nationwide. pepco officials say it will take four more years in order to improve that rating. >> it is our responsibility as city officials to ensure during times of emergencies that we st
, anne arundel y el distrito de columbia. adrian fenty alcalde de washington dijo que se veran cambios en tres areas del sistema educativo uno, nuestro progreso academico sin paralelo no solo en la ciudad. dos, modernizacion de la infraestructura sin paralelos y tres, una eficiente administracion del sistema educativo. segun el vice alcalde victor reinoso estos cambios beneficiaran a la comunidad latina. los soportes a las familias hispanas siguen mejorando este a lose vayan a, a los apartamentos a visitar a las familias a darles información. el anuncio es bien recibido por parte de miembros de la coordinadora de padres de la escuela bruce monroe los cambios que están habiendo en el sistema son muy buenos y gracias a las oficinas centrales que nos apoyan con programas suplementarios. el programa de un compromiso con el sector privado para levantar la escuela y un área alrededor de la escuela comercial. hasta ahora no ha sido nada y ahora nos dicen que posiblemente no se construya porque no
distrito en washington dc jose angel aguirrcc> el candidato a la alcaldia de washington vincent grey le dijo hoy a univision washington que aumentara el numero de funcionarios latinos en funciones ejectivas en su gobierno, si sale elegido.grey hablo sobre el futuro de la oficina de asuntos latinos, la educacion y otros temas de interes latino..expreso su apoyo a la construccion de un nuevo local para la escuela bruce monroe...univision washington ofrecera las propuestas de los principales candidatos para nuestra comunidad.. el hombre spechotales,permanece detenido sin de derecho a fianza elias abuelazam fue acusado hoy en una corte de flint, michigan bajo cargos de asalto con intento de asesinato en relacion con un ataques ocurrido el 27- de julio... la madre del unico sobe de la matanza de inmigrantes en una graja de mexico habla sobre su hijo y la tragedia de los inmigrantes que tratan de ingresar al pais. mas adelante en el noticiero tendremos mas de la odisea de los centroamericanos por suelo mexicano y los peligros a que se exponen.. que tal como les va buenas, noches se esta cerra
que data desde 1992 pero no sera hasta este 7 de septiembre que se conoczca un campeon en washington dc jose angel aguirre univision un latino jomunoz, quien utiliza donaciones y lo escolar para dar de comer a unas 130 sitados todos los dias y otras doce personas fueron galardonadas hoy en la casa blanca... munoz quien recibe la ayuda de su madre, hermana y sobrino, solo ha obam confirio la segunda medalla de mayor jerarquia que el pais otorga a los civiles distinguidos.. continua la metida reicana contra los inmigrantes sin documentos, hoy fue el gobernador de virginia que quiere que la policia estatal sea entrenada para detener e iniciar el proceso de deportacion de las personas que fueran detenidas. .. esta inciativa fue recibida con protestas por la comunidad..maria rosa lucchini que los policias estatales colaboren con inmigracion.... "que es lo que les esta pasando, no lo vamos a permitir, no lo vamos a tor" esta iniciativa viene dias despues que el fiscal general grupos comunitarios temen posibles c>"e puede demandar y al quien se demanda no es al fis
of passengers from washington, d.c. up to new york. many debt up passengers are frustrated by the service that they're getting from amtrak this summer. >> he had a meeting in washington, d.c. this morning, and this turning that around for the trip to aberdeen, maryland. >> there should compensate us for our losses. i have to get back on the same line with the same kind of service. >> he was stuck for an extra hour after the train lost power. he says it is the second time this summer he has been stuck on a marc trim. he was treated for two hours in june in the sweltering heat. he learned from that experience to come prepared. >> i even carry my own bottled water this time to make sure. >> oh, my god, here we go again. >> she was one of 900 passengers on another trend that broke down earlier in the summer. she has noticed a big change in the response from amtrak from then until now. >> they opened the doors, and found that this woman got on and started to consistently communicate with us. >> at around 745 a.m. the company said it was a power disruption bringing every elector trend to a comp
historial criminal y prince wi portavoz.. washington en este pasado fin de semana se convirtio una vez mas en la capital de las protestas... el domingo un numeroso grupo de activistas pro-inmigrante se desplazo hasta el estadio de los nationales para protestar contra arizona, que organizara el juego de las estrellas del beisbol del proximo ano... cuatro activistas ingresaron al campo de juego y otros desplegaron sendos carteles condenando la ley que convierte en delincuentes a los indocumentados... como consecuencia el juego fue interrumpido momentaneamente ... los activistas quieren convencer a los dirigentes del beisbol que trasladen ese juego a otra ciudad, pero hasta el momento nadie se ha pronunciado al respecto.... esquina de la calle 14 y la avenida pensylvania en el noroeste de la capital, despues que el sabado en la noche un incendio subterraneo obligara a evacuar dos lujosos hoteles en la interseccion... hoy las autoridades dijeron que el recalentamiento de cables debido a las altas temperaturas de la ultima semana habrian originado las llamaradas que fueron conjuradas sin causar
on "good morning america" or any time on ab >>> moments away on "good morning washington" -- the local connection to the deadly plane crash that claimed the life of a longtime u.s. senator. >>> messing with the d.c. mayor's race. prank calls started one candidate's campaign. >>> and the weather on this wednesday morning. "good morning washington" begins right now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. i am scott thuman. >> i am greta kreuz, in for alison starling. we begin with traffic and weather every ten minutes. we start with meteorologist adam caskey. here we go again. >> it is going to be another hot day. 98 was the high temperature yesterday, tied the record high at reagan national. we did not tie the record at the other airports. similar today, about 96 or 97. it's a very warm start to the day. 79 in arlington. 81 in hyattsville. 76 in manassas. you will feel the humidity. 83 degrees right now at reagan national at 5:00. a few degrees cooler in the outlying areas with a lot of sunshine expected. but there
washington" -- more changes for metro, another price hike is days away. smartrip benefits will disappear. >>> the man accused of a multistate serial stabbing spree could be on the way back to michigan. >>> we could get the best weather of the summer. "good morning washington" begins right now. >>> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. thanks for joining us. i am alison starling. >> i am greta kreuz. we begin with traffic and weather every ten minutes. we started with a meteorologist adam caskey. there's good news on the way? >> the cold front will look through sulley this -- slowly and this morning and midday. nothing but sin conditions. right now it is 64 in potomac, 68 in quantico, 65 in culpeper, 68 in silver spring. dew points in the lotus mid 60's. in the 50's tomorrow, even tonight. 86 is the high temperature this afternoon. that is average. a lot of sunshine with a few scattered clouds and a slight chance of a late day sprinkle. all little breezy at times with a refreshing north western wind. now to lisa baden. >>> nothing b
on "good morning washington" -- an update from alaska. the teenage survivor of the deadly plane crash is on his way home. also, an off-road race ends in tragedy, new questions about sideline safety. we will have the weather in a moment. "good morning washington" begins right now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. thanks for joining us on this monday. i am alison starling. >> i am pamela brown. we begin with traffic and weather. >> lisa baden is standing by with a look at traffic on this monday. first, meteorologist adam caskey. >> welcome back. >> good to be back. >> aloha. >> are you doing the hula? >> sort of. we could have isolated thunderstorms northwest of the metro area this morning. most should hold off until the afternoon. temperatures right now are in the '70s mainly. 73 in huntingtown. hughesville, 75. woodbridge at 72. rainfall totals from yesterday, there was over an inch in huntingtown. 94 is today's high temperature. hot and humid day. we cannot truelove severe thunderstorms. -- we cannot rule out severe thun
beginning now. >> this is "the future of news" from the knight studios at the newseum in washington d.c. i'm frank sesno. welcome to our conversation about news in the digital age. i'm joined today by two of washington's most accomplished political reporters. sam donaldson is a broadcasting icon and veteran reporter for abc news. he was chief white house correspondent covering 3 presidents, and for more than 40 years at abc, he's reported the biggest national political stories of our time. in addition to anchoring abc's "primetime live" and "this week" programs, sam's an internet pioneer. he was host of abc's first web-only program, "sam donaldson@abcnews.com." and jim vandenhei made his mark as a national political reporter for "the wall street journal" and then "the washington post." he left that paper in 2006 with john harris to create politico, a web site and newspaper that's become one of the most popular sites for political news and commentary. he's executive editor of politico, where his knowledge of all things d.c. and all things new media has helped change the way campaigns are ru
in washington keep trying to do a half step at a time. all the folks who want to break the law do is go to all the others that are not yet protected. i think what we need is a complete border control strategy that uses all of our assets to control the border that ought to be a straightforward idea. ask will this enable us to control the border? if the answer is no it is inadequate. the fact is this is inadequate. >> greta: maybe i'm paying too much attention to this bill. it feels like it has been pulling teeth to get the united states to get things moving in congress. president obama in 2008 said he was going to make sure when -- at least he was going to work on immigration reform. is this pulling teeth or is this unwillingly giving the money for security? >> well, i think that the first step towards real immigration reform is to control the border. if the american people knew our was controlling the border, you would have a much more reasonable discussion about getting to a guest worker program that,!ókxas legal. about dealing with issues that are complex and painful. when the government ca
washington, d.c..neneneneneneneneneaska rep dave heineman on core issues on f.b.n. >> glenn: welcome to the "glenn beck program." i want to start with audio from the wife of the ground zero imam, feisal abdul rauf. her name is daisy kahn. here is what she said on tv this weekend about the opponents of the ground zero mosque. watch. >> we are deeply concerned because this is metastasised sentiments. it's not islamphobia. it's hate of muslims. >> glenn: let me see if i have it right. anyone opposed to building the mosque is just pure hatred of muslims. it has nothing to do with a few questions like where is the money coming from to build this mosque? who is involved in this mosque? and where is her husband right now? where is he? he's going around the world on your taxpayer dime, doing outreach to muslim countries. basically, his job is to tell everyone how wonderful america is. may i ask a question? am i the only man in america who is married to a woman where we'd have these conversations? how is it possible when his wife is saying that this is all hatred against muslims in america? c
is denied. >> reporter: there were other candidates running for various offices here in washington who said that this decision could affect them negatively. gray said if they knew could have courted independent voters they would have done that from the beginning. they said this completely changed the game of this election and make it unfair for folks especially those who don't have the resources to then go out and court these independent voters. a lot of convincing arguments. at the end of the day the board of elections decided to go ahead and decide against the mayor's appeal. only registered voters can participate in this democratic primary. i'm tracee wilkins, live this morning outside of the board of elections. back to you. >> thanks for breaking it down for us. >>> loudoun county is dealing with its first murder the year. the victim is a 52-year-old leesburg woman. her body was found near a burn shed at balls bluff regional park and another body was discovered today in the same park. investigators, however, do not believe it's another murder victim. elaine reyes has the very latest fro
that on the weather computer. these are heavy rains also with that. especially south and west of washington one to two inch rain totals toward fredericksburg and wilderness. on live doppler 9000 hd, i want to show you what is happening right now. quiet here in washington. and points north. but out to the west we have showers, light to moderate ones opian down route 17. we go to the east and we have heavy showers as well pushing to the eastern shore out of northern maryland out of anne arundel county. and also down to southern maryland. we will show you doppler a little later. back on the weather computer, looking at one more thing for you. temperatures in the 70s with a lot of humidity. we will see highs 90 to 95 with the threat of a storm later on. it is 6:00 a.m. good morning, angie. >> a new hour and a new situation on kenilworth and eastern avenue. we are hearing eastbound crash activity has cleared. we have all of the lanes back. however, going westbound, we have police activity blocking part of the ramp from westbound kenilworth. as a result, you want to stay to the shoulder to get by. going sou
. the problems of being and of washington don't stop to think about how employees are members of the family. you watch them start a family, you in here when they're trying to find a good house around the schools, you run the hospital when people are sick. these are bonds that cannot be measured from spreadsheets coming from this bureaucracy or this bureaucrat. it's in tangible as these bonds are. and they have been frayed by a struggling economy. right now america's employers are afraid to invest in an economy that is stalled by a stimulus spending and hamstrung by uncertainty. the prospect of higher taxes, stricter rules, more regulation has employers sitting on their hands. and after the pummeling they have taken from washington of the last 18 months, who can blame them? while visiting in our state, president obama -- hundreds -- of a few miles away, hundreds of all high ends or wedding at a job fire -- i job fair were they learned that employers were not hiring again. employers are "scared to death." that is what is happening in america. when i met with the president last month at the white h
.ncicap.org-- >> production assistants for "inside washington" is provided by albritton communications. ♪ >> we send a clear message to the washington insiders. >> of this week, fear and loathing of incumbents on the campaign trail. >> it ain't over yet. >> delousing housing numbers spell bad news for the obama white house. >> i have had a house that has been sitting parenti for a year- and-a-half. >> they square off on housing and the economy. >> 19 months of government asking to be reorganized. it hasn't worked. >> for eight years before we arrived in the west wing, mr. behner's party ran the economy into the ground. >> glen beck comes to the lincoln memorial for a rally to restore america's honor. >> hi, how are you? ♪ >> the incumbent republicans be aware -- nobody is seen as a sure thing. democrats are banking on the economic recovery and that is not happening. they could lose the house and senate. you also have a huge enthusiasm gap. 3000 more republicans have turned out what is happening out there? >> i don't know the full extent. washington insiders are not in charge. >> it is warm sunny and unusu
. >> beautiful images. >>> that's what's making news in >>> moments away on "good morning washington" -- a controversial rally and the civil rights anniversary. the stage is set for a face-off. >>> five years after hurricane katrina, tracking the progress in the crescent city. >>> a picture-perfect forecast. "good morning washington" begins right now. >> it live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. i am greta kreuz. >> i am natasha barrett. we go to adam caskey first. >> temperatures in the 50's in outlying areas, in the 60s and the baht lexa. -- in the beltway. 65 degrees in the district right now. it is warming because of added concrete. 58 degrees in winchester. 82 degrees this afternoon with a lot of sunshine, scattered clouds, lil humidity. a great way to end august. the last friday of august. >>> the interstates are a good start. in montgomery county there are incidents. falls rohde shutdown near montrose road because of a serious crash. an accident reported on 118 in germantown. in silver spring as a broken- down car on the r
back in iraq. drumming up campaign money. and the politics of islam. tonight on "washington week." >> i have invited israeli prime netanyahu and president abbas to meet on september 2 in washington, d.c. gwen: the obama administration dives head first back into the historically difficult middle east peace process. what's different this time? u.s. troops celebrate the long promised pullout from iraq. >> we won! it's over! america, we brought it to iraq. gwen: events there, afghanistan and pakistan showing us more complications than that. at home, democrats and republicans raise money hand over fist for the mid-term election. >> we will put money into the mid-terms by far, $50 million. presidential events are huge. gwen: as the president steps into the debate about a new york mosque. >> the answer is no regrets. gwen: a secondary discussion builds. >> it is being used as a political football by both parties. gwen: how do americans view islam and why do so many think their president is muslim? >> i think the president's problem is that he was born a muslim. gwen: really? covering the week,
northeast washington. according to police, an officer was involved in a shooting at the home depot in the 900 block of rhode island avenue northeast. at this point there is no word on injuries. we do have a crew on the way to the scene. we will give you more information when it becomes available. >>> thousands of students in the district of columbia and prince george's county are in the middle of their first day back at school. 9 news now's christian fisher was in upper marlboro where she followed the first students to attend the brand new barack obama elementary school. [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: how do you feel, the first day of school? >> a little shy. >> i feel like my backpack is a brick. >> i'm very excited. i'm also a little scared to be honest. >> have a great school year, okay. >> hello. >> now this is the first school in the washington area to be named after president barack obama. and the name is making quite an impression on some of the youngest students. >> i think it's pretty exciting that i'm going to a school named after a president. >> barack obama. >>
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